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Strange & Outrageous - but True - Facts! Very Interesting!

Updated on July 11, 2017

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National Geographic is a wealth of knowledge for all. Through media bursts, such as magazines to the TV shows, it provides millions upon billions of people information that is true and factual. After reading the magazine and watching the show for many, many years, here are the weirdest, outrageous facts that are simply true. They are bizarre but fun filled facts of our universe and what is happening in our world.

Fun Facts Of Life

Fun, Weird Truths of our World
Fun, Weird Truths of our World

Weird Facts In our World

Check out these 20 amazing, out of the ordinary, facts;

  1. A jellyfish can be as small as a thimble or as large as two washing machines.
  2. It gets so cold in Siberia that your breath can turn to ice in midair.
  3. Bats are the only mammals that fly.
  4. A large python can swallow a goat whole.
  5. Belly button lint is made of clothing fibers, hair, and dead skin cells (yep, kind of gross).
  6. A sneeze travels 100 miles an hour.
  7. The world’s biggest flower, found in the Indonesian rain forest, can grow wider than a car tire (amazing, huh?)
  8. Slugs have 3,000 teeth and 4 noses.
  9. Almost 90% of snow is air.
  10. 99% of people can’t lick their elbows.
  11. Honey NEVER spoils (can you believe that? I can!)
  12. Horses actually run on their toes.
  13. African elephants have ears shaped like the continent of Africa.
  14. Hippo sweat is red (yep, strange but true).
  15. Food passes through the giant squid’s brain on the way to its stomach.
  16. 97% of Earth’s water is saltwater.
  17. Kids blink about five million times a year (wow).
  18. No one really knows what color dinosaurs were.
  19. Spiders have clear blood.
  20. The Year 2020 is the next time you can see a full moon on Halloween.

These are peculiar, weird and wonderful facts that are completely true. National Geographic has collected more information that is extraordinary and has mostly connected the world with fun, facts that are totally fascinating. Each day, I try to learn a new fun fact and tell it to my son, this list came out of our fun tradition. These abnormal traditions make us laugh and even teach us something new each and every day. Search and seek these odd truths to our world and share it with others. Knowledge is power, fun and weird yes, but knowledge nonetheless.

National Geographic Video of A Fish With See Through Head

Octopus Kills Shark - Amazing!!!


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      Kazaam 6 years ago

      Outrageous fact

      Some people don't like BBQ potato chips weird right?

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      Madi 7 years ago

      That is mind-blowing facts! Thanks.

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      azwin 7 years ago

      Mixture of truth and lies!

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      Ladybird33 8 years ago from Fabulous USA

      healthgoji, thanks so much for stopping by, I love stuff like this so glad you enjoyed it!

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      healthgoji 8 years ago

      Great hub - this is some very cool and interesting information to refer to at times.

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      Ladybird33 8 years ago from Fabulous USA

      The Donkey, thank you for stopping by and I will come by as well.

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      The Donkey 8 years ago from Little Rock, Arkansas

      This was pretty cool to read. I liked number 2. I didn't know about that. You should follow me and read some of my hubs.

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      Ladybird33 8 years ago from Fabulous USA

      Creatvieone59, thank you for reading and stopping by, hope you are well.

      Pamela99, these are so fun to do. How are you doing? I hope you are doing good. Always good to hear from you.

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      GPAGE 8 years ago from California

      I was such a fan of this magazine when I was a child. I used to daydream about being a photographer out there in the wild shooting the adventures! Every page was a visual feast.......thank you for this wonderful reminder.....Best, GPAGE

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      st0rm3 8 years ago from Durban, South Africa

      very interesting, specially about the spiders having clear blood. Rats have red mucus;)

      Great hub!

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      2patricias 8 years ago from Sussex by the Sea

      Fun Hub.

      Reminds us of how much we miss National Geographic - both of us used to read it as kids.

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      mtsi1098 8 years ago

      Weird indeed but if I could throw as fast as my sneeze I would do many Pro Baseball hubs :)

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      Micky Dee 8 years ago

      Great hub. Thanks for the strange facts. Octopi are creepy! So are sharks. "A sneeze travels 100 miles an hour." I can't run fast enough to avoid them!

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      Ladybird33 8 years ago from Fabulous USA

      BKcreative, how are you? I love this stuff too. It was so much fun to research! Thanks for commenting.

      Larry, I tried to lick my elbow too...hope you are well!

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      salt 8 years ago from australia

      Wow, really good thankyou. Love national geographic and this was fun.

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      Ladybird33 8 years ago from Fabulous USA

      Putz, it was fun collecting these facts. Thanks for reading!

      Wolfpack5, thanks so much, I love stuff like this too :)

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      Pamela Oglesby 8 years ago from United States

      Ladybird, A fascinating hub. I never tried to lick my elbow but I'm sure I can't. Fun facts are always interesting. Thanks.

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      benny Faye Douglass 8 years ago from Gold Canyon, Arizona

      Thank you so much for your hub on Strange but True Outrageous Facts, enjoyed reading your hub. Thank you for sharing it. Godspeed. creativeone59

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      maven101 8 years ago from Northern Arizona

      Yep...I tried to lick my elbow...I'm in the 99%....Thanks for this fun Hub...Larry

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      BkCreative 8 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      Well, I'll have to look at the African elephant ears again - I just love them - and the hippos. Interesting too about slugs. I love stuff like this - thanks!

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      wolfpack5 8 years ago from Alberta Canada

      Very nice Lady, I love those facts :)

      Have a great day....

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      Putz Ballard 8 years ago

      Well now, thanks Ladybird for sharing these tidbits.


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